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Bismarck Bridge, Spanning Missouri River, Bismarck, Burleigh County, ND

Bismarck Bridge, Spanning Missouri River, Bismarck, Burleigh County, ND

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See also HAER NE-2 for additional documentation.
Significance: The Bismarck Bridge was built across the Missouri River for the Northern Pacific Railroad.
Survey number: HAER ND-2
Building/structure dates: 1882 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Morison, George S
Parkhurst, H W
Saulpaugh, George
Saulpaugh, Thomas
Rust & Coolidge
Detroit Bridge & Iron
Northern Pacific Railroad
Billings, Frederick


Bismarck (N.D.)46.80833, -100.78374
Google Map of 46.8083268, -100.7837392


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